The body’s ability to deliver and utilize oxygen in sufficient quantities to meet the demands of increasing levels of exercise is called fitness. People who exercise have increased muscle strength due to hypertrophy than due to hyperplasia.
The human body needs continuous supply of energy to perform many complex functions. For sports personnel both types of energy is very vital and nutrition is extremely important. Energy from aerobic and anaerobic metabolism is equally crucial. Both aerobic and anaerobic mechanisms decide the sports performance capacity.
Although sports nutrition basics are similar for all athletes, important differences exist for individual athletes in various sports. Nutritional needs of a gymnast would be different from a long distance runner and the needs of a tennis player would be different from weight-lifter or judo player.
At Golz, basically the intensity, duration and type of exercise training helps you determine what, how much and when to eat.